The 2011 Williams Institute survey estimated the LGB and T US population at around 3%+/- altogether.
The T's were counted at .003% (And now they are the "newest Civil Rights frontier" in our bathrooms). Oh, and our language. Listen to the solemn tones of the Wall Street Journal on our desperate need to heal English's painful flaw, nay, oppressive crime, in lacking an inclusive 3rd person pronoun:
Lately, transgender issues have been driving the call for a more inclusive pronoun. The singular “they” avoids having to assign a static role to someone transitioning from one gender to another. And many who identify as transgender or “gender fluid” would prefer the use of the pronoun “they” rather than “he” or “she.”Can you believe this crapola?
You better. Your Moral and Intellectual Superiors have decided the Narrative for you.
As I was saying before I so rudely interrupted myself...
The 2014 CDC last summer found 1.6% gay/lesbian and .07% bi.
Williams found a lot more Bi's.
In any case, about 2% of the population has managed to alter the structure of marriage to suit its leadership's agenda and helped the Left drive the free exercise of religion into a jail cell.
As with Jews --a similarly over-powerful and tiny slice of the pie-- and the Eternal Negroes of 12%+, who are The Centerpiece of American History, these aggrieved victims take up huge amounts of space in our culture. And wield outsized power, to their benefit, and the hell with the rest of society.
A big part of it is their tribal loyalty --which, say, heteros and Whites and males and Christians are absolutely forbidden even to allow themselves to consider because Crimethink!-- and their lobbhying organizations and their laser-like focus on the foolish modern West's Achilles heel (slavishly compassionate guilt/caring for hostile strangers whose feelings you have hurt, you nasty person), plus their concentration in big cities, where media and government are within easy reach and easily able to project a presence and importance all out of proportion to their numbers.
Talk about disparate impact.
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